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McLaren P1 basks in Bahrain photo shoot

Production version coming to Geneva motor show.

By AutoWeek Feb 13, 2013 2:27PM




Following its Middle East debut in Bahrain in January, McLaren brought the P1 back to the desert for some glamour shots before the car’s arrival on the market.


The United Arab Emirates is full of oil, sand, sheiks, princes, sultans and an amazing amount of car enthusiasts. Every supercar maker stops there with something new, knowing a few sales are guaranteed. Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bugatti have done it, now it’s the McLaren P1’s turn.


Details are still scarce on the car. Rumors have it using a twin-turbo V8 or V10, definitely making more than 700 hp, and possibly more than 900.


The McLaren story so far:


McLaren P1 (c) McLaren

McLaren P1 (c) McLarenMcLaren P1 (c) McLaren

-- Jake Lingeman

 

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Feb 14, 2013 8:20PM
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Looks good from some angles, and not so good from other angles.
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